Tag Archives: serial killers
When FBI Serial Killer Profiles Don’t Work
December 21, 2017 · by James L'Etoile · in Charles Manson, Crime, crime and punishment, criminal justice, detective, James L'Etoile, killers, media, serial killers, violence · 3 Comments
Serial killers are in the news again because of the long-awaited demise of Charles Manson and the November 29th arrest of Howell Emmanuel Donaldson III, the 24-year-old man accused of four murders in the Seminole Heights neighborhood of Tampa, Florida. The Donaldson arrest came after a 51-day manhunt for the South Florida killer. The McDonald’s […]
Is Sacramento A Serial Killer Friendly Place?
April 6, 2017 · by James L'Etoile · in author, Crime, crime fiction, crime thriller novels, criminal justice, fiction vs. nonfiction, human trafficking, James L'Etoile, location, serial killers, writing, writing ideas · 14 Comments
Location, location, location… I’m often asked why I chose to set my crime fiction in Sacramento, California, instead of one of the more well known west coast crime magnets of Los Angeles, San Francisco, or Fresno. Michael Connelly and Robert Crais have L.A. locked down with their Harry Bosch and Joe Pike series. But, Sacramento is an […]